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Demolition Kitchen Video has been collecting media since 1983, audio recordings, 16mm films, VHS video, 8mm video, 8mm film, home movies, 35mm film, 3/4" video, from a wide variety of sources from across the Midwest.



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Demolition Kitchen Video
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A series of horror movie trailer television ads from the 1970s and 1980s. The opening segment is black video with a dub of a brief recording of a drive-in intermission, then a scratch animated title. This segment originally appeared as a film set shown at The Escape' Drive-in, during a 1989 screening.
Topics: Horror movies, Horror movie trailers, Commercials, Vintage commercials, Television, old films,...
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A 16mm promo reel for Wichita, Kansas from 1974 showing local business, city locations, and activities. The film has footage of the Wichita airport, clean air and water, footage of control tower, footage of the aircraft companies, Mr. Hayes makes a phone call to New York City, Coleman company footage, lots of people staring out at nothing, the NEW Holiday Inn plaza, Century II, the symphony plays to confused children, Swiss Colony Inn, Cowtown, Lawrence Stadium, a local band jams out, fine...
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Topics: Wichita, Kansas, Promo, Promotional films, Local Business, Cowtown, Boeing Aircraft, 16mm film,...
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Series of vintage commercials for a toy that was recalled shortly after it's release, Klackers. The last version of the commercial notes safety improvements. Demolition Kitchen Video collection of 16mm films from Randall Parker, Wichita, KS.
Topics: Demolition Kitchen Video, Randall Parker, Randy Parker, Bob Walterschied Productions, Local...
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Dubbed from a   1953 16mm film by William M. Harlow, State University of New York, College of Forestry, Syracuse. Studies of trees growing using time-lapse photography.
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Topics: Demolition Kitchen Video, Time lapse photography, Florida coast, 16mm film, University of Kansas
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"Green Hell From The Void" is an unreleased television pilot written and directed by Tom Leahy Jr. who was a local legend in Wichita, Kansas television. He hosted several popular programs including a daytime cartoon show called "Major Astro" and a late night horror host show called "Nightmare: The Host and Rodney". In the mid-1960s he began branching out his production skills by writing, directing and acting in the feature film "The Beast From The Beginning Of...
Topics: Demolition Kitchen Video, Tom Leahy Jr., Tom Leahy, Nightmare, The Host and Rodney, Wichita,...
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The grade school instructional film "Art And You",  16mm film dub.
Topics: Demolition Kitchen Video, 16mm film, Art And You, grade school instructional film, instructional...
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Dub from a 16mm film reel that was once part of The University of Kansas research into developing ejection seats for aircraft. This film is a study of the stress involved with rapid decelaration on human subjects. The film may have originally been a NASA research reel, this film also has no audio track and is silent.
Topics: Demolition Kitchen Video, University of Kansas, Ejection Seats, Research, 16mm film
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The is a feature film produced and directed by Tom Leahy Jr. and KARD television, Wichita, Kansas in 1965. Featuring Ralph Seely, Dick Welsbacher, Marc Clark, Suzanne Farrar, John Froome, Henry Harvey, Dusty Herring, Karla Kessler, Chuck Kneisier, Roy Taylor, Jim Bogue, Mike Sheets, Wayne Carlton, Paul Williams, and Nelson Strong (Tom Leahy) as The Beast. Produced and Directed by Tom Leahy.
Topics: Demolition Kitchen Video, Tom Leahy Jr., Tom Leahy, Nightmare, The Host and Rodney, Wichita,...
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Dub from a 16mm film reel that was once part of The University of Kansas research into developing safer aircraft. This film is a study of simulated crash of the small aircraft. The film may have originally been a NASA research reel, this film also has no audio track and is silent.
Topics: Demolition Kitchen Video, University of Kansas, Ejection Seats, Research, 16mm film, Plane crash
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This is an 8mm film Student made comedy made by Charles H. Sanderson’s Wichita High School South art class in 1966 called “Smelly Tennies and Road Graders”. The film features students of South High School performing silent movie skits in the style of the then popular television program “Laugh-In”. It features the instructor, Charles Sanderson, art teacher Don Weddle, and soon to be famous actor Don Johnson appearing in his first movie role (in the boxing segment at the end of this...
Topics: Wichita High School South, South High Wichita, Wichita, Kansas, Charles Sanderson, Don Weddle, Don...
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KAKE-TV local television commercials from the 1960s, Walterschied Productions. Including: - Ott’s French Dressing  - Pizza Hut (1967) - Oldham Sausage - Taco Tico - Derby Gas Station - Sandy’s Drive-in - Sandy’s Drive-in, Big Scott - Bulger Cadillac - Tect-Her spray - Penn Autoglass - Penn Autoglass #2 - Service Autoglass - Pizza Hut, version #2 Collected 16mm films of Randall Parker, Archivist: Ben Urish, 16mm to digital conversion by Demolition Kitchen Video
Topics: Demolition Kitchen Video, Randall Parker, Randy Parker, Bob Walterschied Productions, Local...
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An 8mm home movie shot in 1964 of a visit to New York City shot by Lorrane Boyd’s father, she is the wife of Kansas printmaker and artist John Boyd who taught at Wichita State University.
Topics: John Boyd, The Embarrassment, Wichita State University, WSU, Printmaker, New York City, 8mm film,...
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Film lists: Arrangement and titles by Raymond C. Moore, Professor of Geology and H.H. Lane, Professor of Zoology at The University of Kansas. Scenes reproduced from Willis O’Brien’s “The Lost World” by special permission of Kodascope Libraries, Inc. 16mm film transfer by the KU Film Library 1991 to VHS, transfer 2018 from VHS to digital by Demolition Kitchen Video.
Topics: KU Promo, University of Kansas, KU, Lawrence, Kansas, Geology, Prehistoric Animals, Demolition...
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Kirby’s Halloween, Christy Barnes Memorial Party 1977 , silent color film footage by Randall Parker, Collected 16mm films of Randall Parker, Archivist: Ben Urish, 16mm to digital conversion by Demolition Kitchen Video
Topics: Demolition Kitchen Video, Randall Parker, Randy Parker, Bob Walterschied Productions, Local...
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A 1974 8mm documentary by Gary Seaman on spiritual practices in Thailand where spirits of ghosts are drawn out into a ritual chair, then the bones of the person whose determined to be offended are dug up, the body restored in clay, and a shaman performs other rituals to appease the spirit. 8mm film transferred to video, possible narrated by the author. Originally from the University of Kansas film library collection.
Topics: Spirits, Rituals, Exorcism, 8mm films, University of Kansas, KU, Ghosts, Demolition Kitchen Video
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A 1950s  U.S. Department of Interior film produced by the Bureau of Indian Affairs Audio-Visual Unit. The film was originally made for Native American schools showing the proper usage of the telephone. This film is presented for historical value only and may not be reused in any negative way or context.
Topics: Native American, Haskell University, Telephone, Demolition Kitchen Video
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Episode segments from the Wichita, Kansas horror host program “Nightmare” with The Host and Rodney. These are recordings from the 1980s return of the show on Wichita channel KSAS, starring Tom Leahy Jr. as The Host and John Salem as Rodney.
Topics: Nightmare, The Host and Rodney, Demolition Kitchen Video, Horror host, Horror, Television, Wichita,...
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A woman wrestles with a man until she wins after several rounds. Silent color film by Randall Parker Collected 16mm films of Randall Parker, Archivist: Ben Urish, 16mm to digital conversion by Demolition Kitchen Video
Topics: Demolition Kitchen Video, Randall Parker, Randy Parker, Bob Walterschied Productions, Local...
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This is a live recording made from a radio broadcast. We were invited to play a lunchtime concert on WBCN, the local commercial FM station on St. Patrick's Day of 1988. It was a pretty big deal for us, a little-known local band, to get the gig and I'm sure we were all a little nervous about going out live to a big audience. It was also pretty strange to be playing a show that started at noon. The setlist is pretty standard for that time, altho we snuck in a Fleetwood Mac cover that we had been...
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Topics: Big Dipper, Gary Waleik, Steve Michener, Jeff Oliphant, Bill Goffrier, The Embarrassment, Punk,...
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Another archival find, digitized and offered by webmaster Joel Sanderson, the cassette was a band reference to rough mixes from the first professional recording session, but also contained a live Sex Drive rehearsal, demo of Patio Set, and the earliest exploration of the D-Rings song concept. - Bill Goffrier A collection of various studio takes and alternate versions of The Embarrassment’s classic songs from the early 1980s. Bill Goffrier (guitar/vocals), John Nichols (vocals/keyboards), Ron...
Topics: The Embarrassment, Wichita, Punk, Pop, Blisterpop, Bill Goffrier, John Nichols, Ron Klaus, Brent...
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Randall Parker -  1940s Car Chase footage. Silent black and white film footage by Randall Parker Collected 16mm films of Randall Parker, Archivist: Ben Urish, 16mm to digital conversion by Demolition Kitchen Video
Topics: Demolition Kitchen Video, Randall Parker, Randy Parker, Local Commercials, Wichita, Kansas, Vintage...
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This is an 8mm film of the Wichita, Kansas band known as “The Lemurs” shown here during a house party/rehearsal in June of 1978. The band is covering The Stooges “I Wanna Be Your Dog” and “No Fun”, then an original song called “Mannequin”, along with a cover of Modern Lovers “She Cracked “. Brent Giessmann on drums, Bill Goffrier on guitar and vocals, John Nichols on bass. Home movie footage shot by Bill Goffrier, who also did the in-camera editing. This version has audio...
Topics: The Embarrassment, The Lemurs, Wichita, Punk, Pop, Blisterpop, Bill Goffrier, Demolition Kitchen...
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This is a dub of several 16mm films from the 1940s that were label "Detective Training" and were marked Wichita, Kansas Police Department. The are missing sections, but cover aspects of police work as it existed at that time. There wasn't available information that came with the films, so it's uncertain if they were shot in Wichita.
Topics: Detective Training, Demolition Kitchen Video, Wichita, Kansas
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A recording of the band rehearsing from early 1980. Bill Goffrier (guitar/vocals), John Nichols (vocals/keyboards), Ron Klaus (bass guitar), Brent ‘Woody’ Geissmann (drums/vocals).
Topics: The Embarrassment, Wichita, Punk, Pop, Blisterpop, Bill Goffrier, John Nichols, Ron Klaus, Brent...
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The first studio session, resulting in rough mixes for five songs, two of which became the first 45rpm, but only after obe track (cover of Pushin' Too Hard) was licensed by Bomp! Records for the compilation album Battle of the Garages.   Bill Goffrier (guitar/vocals), John Nichols (vocals/keyboards), Ron Klaus (bass guitar), Brent ‘Woody’ Geissmann (drums/vocals).
Topics: The Embarrassment, Wichita, Punk, Pop, Blisterpop, Bill Goffrier, John Nichols, Ron Klaus, Brent...
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Q: What do you get when you put a bunch of obnoxious sculpture students in a large stone room that has a great echo and give them a bunch of pieces of metal to bang on. A: Tool Man I'm not sure at this point in time how the band started, but I think it was Otto who started banging out rhythms on some large oil drums late one night in the University of Kansas sculpture production room. The main sculpture studio at KU was in a large old stone room and had a great reverberating sound, perfect for...
Topics: Demolition Kitchen Video, Joel Sanderson, Lawrence, Kansas, cassette, compilation, Joel Sanderson,...
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1970 Ad Club Award Winning Commercials, produced by KAKE-TV, Walterschied Productions. KAKE-TV local television commercials from the 1970s, Collected 16mm films of Randall Parker, Archivist: Ben Urish, 16mm to digital conversion by Demolition Kitchen Video. Including: - Dillions, The Dillions Singers - Service Autoglass - Heston Farm Equipment with Rex Allan - Bricks Men’s Clothing - Eastwood Photography, Twin Lakes - Coca-Cola, Nance Speed Equipment, footage of Wichita International Drag-way...
Topics: Demolition Kitchen Video, Randall Parker, Randy Parker, Bob Walterschied Productions, Local...
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(2nd copy, slightly different mix) The band performing their 1989 reunion show in Lawrence, Kansas at Cogburn’s (now The Bottleneck) on Friday evening. Bill Goffrier (guitar/vocals), John Nichols (vocals/keyboards), Ron Klaus (bass guitar), Brent ‘Woody’ Geissmann (drums/vocals).
Topics: The Embarrassment, Wichita, Punk, Pop, Blisterpop, Bill Goffrier, John Nichols, Ron Klaus, Brent...
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For a time this was thought to be the only remaining footage from the Wichita late night television horror host program "Nightmare: The Host and Rodney". This film is from the collection of Jeff Kilian and it was used in his student film documentary on Tom Leahy and the show, made in 1986. Nightmare was one of the first horror host programs to hit the airwaves in the late 1950s, based on the Universal Shock Package of horror movies and programming suggestions. Tom Leahy Jr. who not...
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Topics: Nightmare, The Host and Rodney, Wichita, television, horror host, horror, Tom Leahy, Tom Leahy Jr,...
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From Bill Goffrier’s collection, a cassette tape rough of the bands release “God Help Us” dubbed for the band to hear a rough layout of the final album LP. The opening track “Train of Thought” has the beginning cut off, there is one unreleased outtake included where the band perform a cover of John Lennon’s “Instant Karma”. Overall a really good sounding recording. Bill Goffrier (guitar/vocals), John Nichols (vocals/keyboards), Ron Klaus (bass guitar), Brent ‘Woody’...
Topics: The Embarrassment, Wichita, Punk, Pop, Blisterpop, Bill Goffrier, John Nichols, Ron Klaus, Brent...
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A 16mm film dub of an overview of shadow puppetry in India including background history from 1970s.
Topics: India Shadow Puppets, India history, Puppets, Performance, Demolition Kitchen Video
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This is an 8mm film of the Wichita, Kansas band known as “The Lemurs” shown here during a house party/rehearsal in June of 1978. Brent Giessmann on drums, Bill Goffrier on guitar and vocals, John Nichols on bass. Home movie footage shot by Bill Goffrier, who also did the in-camera editing. This is a re-edit music video version with rehearsal audio of the band playing Iggy Pop’s “I Wanna Be Your Dog”.
Topics: The Embarrassment, The Lemurs, Wichita, Punk, Pop, Blisterpop, Bill Goffrier, Demolition Kitchen...
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This is a 1960s 16mm film study of the Florida Coastline shot in time-lapse from an airplane flying down the coast. No other information is available about this film, it was once part of the University of Kansas film library in Lawrence, Kansas.
Topics: Demolition Kitchen Video, Time lapse photography, Florida coast, 16mm film, University of Kansas
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"What do you do with an hour, and ONLY an hour of recording studio time?" - Bill Goffrier The Embarrassment perform a number of their classic songs in the studio, recorded to two-track reel-to-reel tape. Including studio banter, alternate versions of songs, and earlier versions of some songs. This is a fairly good audio recording, especially after having been remastered from an old cassette. Bill Goffrier (guitar/vocals), John Nichols (vocals/keyboards), Ron Klaus (bass guitar), Brent...
Topics: The Embarrassment, Wichita, Punk, Pop, Blisterpop, Bill Goffrier, John Nichols, Ron Klaus, Brent...
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In 2007 Crematia Mortem made one of her last public appearances at the Feast of Horrors convention in Wichita, Kansas. This is the original raw footage of the interview with Crematia recorded and previously shown on the Lawrence public access program called The Basement Sublet of Horror. Crematia Mortem is one of the classic horror hosts who had an extended run on Kansas City television beginning in the 1980s, she was inducted into the Horror Host Hall of Fame in 2011.
Topics: Crematia Mortem, Demolition Kitchen Video, Basement Sublet of Horror, Horror Host, Horror, Late...
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The Corporation of the President of the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-day Saints film on life, marriage and eternity.  
Topics: Demolition Kitchen Video, 16mm film, 16mm film dub, Marriage, Creepy, Weird, Religion, Why? 1965,...
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Episode segments from the Wichita, Kansas horror host program “Nightmare” with The Host and Rodney. These are recordings from the 1980s return of the show on Wichita channel KSAS, starring Tom Leahy Jr. as The Host and John Salem as Rodney.
Topics: Nightmare, The Host and Rodney, Demolition Kitchen Video, Horror host, Horror, Television, Wichita,...
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Big Dipper’s Gary and Bill introducing the new rhythm section of the band Brent (Embarrassment), and Tom in the studio FNX promoting one of their tours. WMBR Halloween interview with the band with Bill, Gary, Tom (Jigsaws), and Brent (Del Fuegos, Embarrassment). Includes a solo acoustic performances of “Meet the Witch”, “The Winsor Dam”, “Beast from the Inside”, “She’s Not Patsy” (excerpt) and a cover of Gilbert O'Sullivan’s “Alone Again” (excerpt). Plus a lower...
Topics: Big Dipper, Gary Waleik, Steve Michener, Jeff Oliphant, Bill Goffrier, The Embarrassment, Punk,...
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Horizons “Creating A Watercolor”, 1970s Wichita Educational television program featuring the artworks of Charles H. Sanderson, Kansas landscape artist and instructor. The episode focuses on techniques in watercolor painting from Charles H. Sanderson, who demostrates a variety of his painting processes along with displaying a number of his works. A Wichita IMC Curriculum Division Production recovered from 3/4” video tape dubs from archival copies of the program, dubbed to VHS in the early...
Topics: Charles H. Sanderson, Demolition Kitchen Video, Flint Hills, abstract painting, Kansas landscape...
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The band performed their first reunion show in Lawrence, Kansas at Cogburn’s (now The Bottleneck) in Lawrence, Kansas. Bill Goffrier (guitar/vocals), John Nichols (vocals/keyboards), Ron Klaus (bass guitar), Brent ‘Woody’ Geissmann (drums/vocals).
Topics: The Embarrassment, Wichita, Punk, Pop, Blisterpop, Bill Goffrier, John Nichols, Ron Klaus, Brent...
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The Kansas blisterpop band The Embarrassment performing one of their reunion shows at Cogburn’s in Lawrence, Kansas on December 31 of 1986. A listenable copy, but not the greatest quality.
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Topics: The Embarrassment, Wichita, Punk, Pop, Blisterpop, Bill Goffrier, John Nichols, Ron Klaus, Brent...
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A cassette from the collection of The Embarrassment guitarist Bill Goffrier which was labeled “First Practice”, recorded during the rehearsal session 1979. Bill Goffrier (guitar/vocals), John Nichols (vocals/keyboards), Ron Klaus (bass guitar), Brent ‘Woody’ Geissmann (drums/vocals).
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Topics: The Embarrassment, Wichita, Punk, Pop, Blisterpop, Bill Goffrier, John Nichols, Ron Klaus, Brent...
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Fragmenten #4 is an experimental video shot during an exhibit called “Video Adit”, staged at the University of Kansas.   This video piece was recently found in 2018 and not completed till then. I've been fascinated by what is now called "Glitch Art" since 1976 when I first began working with this medium using camera techniques that I developed.
Topics: Joel Sanderson, Demolition Kitchen Video, Artist, Life, Lawrence, Kansas, Experimental video
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An unmarked live recording of The Embarrassment performing for a small audience in Wichita, Kansas. Bill Goffrier (guitar/vocals), John Nichols (vocals/keyboards), Ron Klaus (bass guitar), Brent ‘Woody’ Geissmann (drums/vocals).
Topics: The Embarrassment, Wichita, Punk, Pop, Blisterpop, Bill Goffrier, John Nichols, Ron Klaus, Brent...
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A series of video experiments either reshooting videos through a series of broken mirrors or video glitch experiments shot from scrambled television signals.
Topics: Joel Sanderson, Lawrence, Kansas, Experimental Video, Video Art, Demolition Kitchen Video
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A Wichita based solo experimental keyboardist, Phantom released several music recordings on cassette in the late 1980s. Produced by Dennis Janzen, former head of the Wichita Star Trek Fan club, he passed away on April 30, 1999.
Topics: Dennis Janzen, Phantom, Keyboards, Experimental music, Wichita, Kansas, Star Trek, Demolition...
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The Boston based band Big Dipper seen here performing a live set at J.C. Dobbs in Philadelphia on March 3,1988, from a VHS tape from Gary Waleik’s collection.
Topics: Big Dipper, Gary Waleik, Steve Michener, Jeff Oliphant, Bill Goffrier, The Embarrassment, Punk,...
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An early recorded cassette release from Joel Sanderson, completely created on second hand Casio keyboards with Radio Shack effects boxes, released in 1985.
Topics: Joel Sanderson, Demolition Kitchen Video, Soundtrack music, ambient music, experimental music
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John E. (John Eberly) produced this cassette EP in 1992. Track list: Drive By Grown Away Dirt Town Wigs Wishing Well Jinny Sells Don’t Look Back Broke Tape Blues
Topics: The Mumbles, John Eberly, Demolition Kitchen Video, Wichita, Kansas, Punk, Hardcore, KMUW,...
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Backing track for one of the Lawrence Arts Center concerts staged from 1994 - 1995.
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Topics: Industrial Music, Noise Music, The Lawrence Arts Center, Lawrence, Kansas, Demolition Kitchen Video
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The short lived tribute band Dan Rouser’s Coat performing at the Wichita nightclub The Cedar on December 12, 1981. With the band listed as Greg Cowper, Alex Erickson, Jim Rosencutter, and Britt Rosencutter. Setlist: 3 rings of Hell Vacation Paradise Under the Boardwalk Rat Master The Monster
Topics: Dan Rouser’s Coat, The Embarrassment, Wichita, Punk, Pop, Blisterpop, Bill Goffrier, John...
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This is an 8mm film of the Wichita, Kansas band known as “The Lemurs” shown here during a house party/rehearsal in June of 1978. The band is covering The Stooges “I Wanna Be Your Dog” and “No Fun”, then an original song called “Mannequin”, along with a cover of Modern Lovers “She Cracked “. Brent Giessmann on drums, Bill Goffrier on guitar and vocals, John Nichols on bass. Home movie footage shot by Bill Goffrier, who also did the in-camera editing. Silent film, no...
Topics: The Embarrassment, The Lemurs, Wichita, Punk, Pop, Blisterpop, Bill Goffrier, Demolition Kitchen...
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John Eberly's solo cassette release "One May Day" (see liner graphics for more info)
Topics: John Eberly, Ken Haug, Demolition Kitchen Video, Wichita, Kansas, Punk, Hardcore
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This is a reel of outtakes from Centron Films productions, which may have been used as stock footage.
Topics: Centron films, Herk Harvey, Carnival of Souls, Lawrence, Kansas, Demolition Kitchen Video
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"Art Materials", 16mm grade school instructional film.
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Wichita punk/hardcore band "The Mumbles" performed from the early 80s to the late 90s in Wichita, Kansas, releasing a number of recordings on both cassette and CD. The two key members were John Eberly (voice, guitar, sax) and Ken Haug (lead guitar).
Topics: The Mumbles, John Eberly, Ken Haug, Demolition Kitchen Video, Wichita, Kansas, Punk, Hardcore
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A collection of various studio takes and alternate versions of The Embarrassment’s classic songs from the early 1980s. Bill Goffrier (guitar/vocals), John Nichols (vocals/keyboards), Ron Klaus (bass guitar), Brent ‘Woody’ Geissmann (drums/vocals).
Topics: The Embarrassment, Wichita, Punk, Pop, Blisterpop, Bill Goffrier, John Nichols, Ron Klaus, Brent...
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(2nd copy, slightly different mix) The band performing their 1989 reunion show in Lawrence, Kansas at Cogburn’s (now The Bottleneck) on Friday evening. Bill Goffrier (guitar/vocals), John Nichols (vocals/keyboards), Ron Klaus (bass guitar), Brent ‘Woody’ Geissmann (drums/vocals).
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The Embarrassment recordings. Bill Goffrier (guitar/vocals), John Nichols (vocals/keyboards), Ron Klaus (bass guitar), Brent ‘Woody’ Geissmann (drums/vocals).
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Randall Parker - Travel Films, volume two, including: Mexico, The Netherlands, and Hawaii. Silent color film by Randall Parker Collected 16mm films of Randall Parker, Archivist: Ben Urish, 16mm to digital conversion by Demolition Kitchen Video.
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This is a special presentation of Tom Leahy Jrs. late night television program Nightmare, seen here in its 1970s incarnation. Monster Movie Kid (horror movie blog) suggested that The Basement Sublet of Horror (public access TV show) create a hybrid version of a demo reel that Leahy shot to promote the show, which featured a set of Nightmare host segments, combined with the Tom Leahy directed feature film “The Beast from the Beginning of Time”. We hope you enjoy a special unreleased episode...
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Another live reel featuring the Embarrassment performing some of their classic songs in the studio, recorded to two-track reel-to-reel tape at High Fidelity Studios in Wichita. Bill Goffrier (guitar/vocals), John Nichols (vocals/keyboards), Ron Klaus (bass guitar), Brent ‘Woody’ Geissmann (drums/vocals).
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Audio cassette recording the Boston based punk/pop band Big Dipper performing at Gabes in Iowa City with special guest John Nichols of The Embarrassment performing vocals on several songs from a 1988 performance.
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The Buckthrusters a band from Wichita, Kansas, performing at Sundance Apartments on November 6, 1981. They were featured on the Lawrence, Kansas compilation “Fresh Sounds” produced by Bill Rich. Recorded from a cassette dub of the performance with two tracks covering each side. Band members Jim Rosencutter - bass, Britt Rosencutter - drums, vocals, Staci Stull - guitar, vocals, Greg Cowper - accordion, synthesizer, vocals, and Jim Skeel - keyboards, synthesizer, vocals.
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A bootleg CD of the Wichita band The Embarrassment featuring session recordings from the Big Dog Studio sessions along with a few live tracks at the end of the disc. Good audio quality, great tracks. Tracklist: Drive Me to the Park Podmen Train of Thought (full version) Horror of the Fire Albert Burning Love (Dennis Linde) Sex Drive Wellsville (Live, Big Dog Studios) Two Cars (Live, Big Dog Studios) Lifespan (Live, Big Dog Studios)
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The Aagarnes are Sara Bagsby (guitar), Brett Rosencutter (drums), Eric Cale? (bass), Alex Erickson (vocals), Jim Rosencutter. Recorded live at Hobo’s Pizza in Wichita, Kansas on October 11, 1980
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The Embarrassment performing live in Colorado, this is possibly recorded at The Mercury Cafe in Denver. Bill Goffrier (guitar/vocals), John Nichols (vocals/keyboards), Ron Klaus (bass guitar), Brent ‘Woody’ Geissmann (drums/vocals).
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John E. (John Eberly) produced this CD release in 2008. Track list: Off the Map One More Kiss Another Night For the Birds Wrong (For all the right reasons) Virginia Marie Beautiful Dream First to Know Big Love Long Way Down I Was Wrong A Secret Nobody From Nowhere Not Coming Back
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A radio interview on WFNX an alternative rock radio station with the Boston based band Big Dipper October 28, 1991.
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The Wichita, Kansas band known as “The Lemurs” performing live at the Stone Poney in Wichita on February 22, 1978. Brent Giessmann on drums, Bill Goffrier on guitar and vocals, John Nichols on bass. This is an early recording featuring members of the Wichita band The Embarrassment, presented here as part of The Embarrassment online archive.  
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This is a study of burial practices of tribes in New Ireland, Papua New Guinea from 1974 by Dorothy Billings. This is a shorter edit of the original, used for classroom presentations. Originally shot on black and white reel-to-reel video, this transfer is from a VHS copy of the original version. The VHS edit was completed in 1980 by Ben Urish and Dorothy Billings. Project Coordinator Dorothy Billings, videographer Mark Isaacson, editor Ben Urish. Originally produced at Temple University.
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The first cassette from an early 1980s industrial/noise band based at that time in Wichita, Kansas. It contains several of their classic recordings including “Mr. Screamjeans” and “Rowdy Yates Bad Trip”, released in 1986.
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“Vincent” a one-man play of Leonard Nimoy's adaptation of "Van Gogh" (1979) by Phillip Stephens. This is a 1996 production staged by The Wichita Center for the Arts directed by Charla Sanderson, this was the third time the production returned to the stage at the Center with Steven Broker performing the role of Theo. This is a full set of all of the music cues created for this production including pre-show and curtain call music.
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The Excuses: Blood on a Leopard’s Tongue Tracklist: No Answers Sunshine Dead Man The Medicine Sad Situation Weird Sisters Momma’s Little Problem Black Eyed Suzy Country Rock and Alcohol Carolina Miss Information This Getting Over You Who Will Love You? Let Me Stay John E. (John Eberly) produced this CD release in 2018 with John on Vocals/guitars, Josh Davies Keyboards/vocals, Matt Penner Drums, and Bill Sheldon on Bass. All Songs by John Eberly, copyright Tongue Twisted Tunes 2018, except...
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The local Lawrence, Kansas arts program Silhouettes which ran on Channel 6 for several years in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Features local artists and musicians. Episode one  from 1992 features The Jolly Ranchers, Ry Brown, Clark Jamison, and Tom Krause, with video art by Joel Sanderson.
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